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Dec 7, 2012 10:00pm PST
perspective taking on issue of creating successful jobs in america. will will join us to talk about the--ro khannawill talk talk about how to make the united states a success again. >>> tim ferriss. you're a passionate cook. you're fabulous at well, putting olive oil in the freezer and microwaving plastic. what the heck, why should we be listening to you? >> that's a great question. that's the question that a lot of people ask. the book is about accelerateed learning. my readers have been asking me for a book like the "4-power mind" instead of the "the 4-hour body." i was looking at how to bring the techniques and then show the skill let that conquered me before. the one that i quit so many times because it was inconvenient complicated whatever. it all feeds off the five senses. the kitchen is a perfect way for training of all sorts of other things. it's pretty cool. >> gavin: so legitimately like most of us for me, a guy with eight restaurant, and i don't know anything about cooking that's why i have a restaurant. you weren't joking. >> i knew nothing. >> gavin: you've written--what di
Nov 30, 2012 10:00pm PST
limitations you speak of? >> very much so. what we saw in the 20th century was america is the world's large manufacturer. we've lost many manufacturing jobs. the reason why we lost them was labor arbitrage. labor moved to lower cost companies in asia primarily. the reason why we kept the manufacturing jobs we have was automation by and large. but that really is the big the boeings, ford's, g.m.s big stuff, heavy investment in tooling and close to market, prance fortation. the other stuff textiles, electronics were moved to asia and beyond. that was the outflow. now on things like the web things like technology we didn't see that same outflow. we saw inflow. because the jobs created were higher trained jobs, more skilled, more knowledge worker jobs that the machinery was desk top size and everyone had access to it. now we have the computer desk top sized manufacturing tools. and we have smaller and smaller labor components in the products. >> what do we need to be doing that the doll houses that you mention in your books that they have to play in the real world and come up with the idea of p
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